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fun workplace
Sales executive (Current Employee), London, ENGJune 25, 2014
Pros: free tickets to events and great ongoing training
Cons: stressful and tedious
great people and great teamwork.
guaranteed bonus every month due to everyone in the department pulling their weight.
free tickets to many events.
however, stressful and a lot of pressure even when over-performing.
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Its a paper route
carrier (Former Employee), Buffalo, NYMay 29, 2014
Pros: on your time
Cons: alot of walking
Simple enough to do, I hated it because it was cutting into my weekend time
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I enjoyed the close interactions with the people I was handing the papers to
Stocker (Former Employee), Boston, MAApril 8, 2014
Pros: people and their smiles
Cons: no bathroom and being outside in the winter
I love the people and relationships I gained working here. I've made friends that I still have to this day. People depended on me to get them a important piece of information that they depended on for their day. My management could have been a little better but the company was brand new and managing more than one person in more than one location probably – more... had a lot to do with that. The hardest part of the job was being outside in the winter with no place to use the restroom. – less
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good working enviroment and friendly
drivers assistant (Former Employee), londonJuly 5, 2012
Cons: late night hours and poor money (job agency)
A typical night at work as its night work would be that you go in to the main building and i would walk up to the cabin and find out my driver then find the driver and jump in his lorry with him then get loaded up with pllets of newspapers and drive to the stations to deliver them and put in metro bins. I have learned and enhanced my social skills with – more... people as you have to work with many different drivers. The management is ok is keeps changing around. The drivers are ok depends what sort of person they are. The hardest part of the job is unloading the newspaper bundles off lorry and then load them on a trolly and push them in the train station but is very heavy to push and can be heard to get to the metro bins as there may be stairs and other obstacles to overcome. it ain really enjoyable to be honest thats why i am looking for new job. – less

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PORTLAND, Ore.-Metro Voice newspaper was honored May 9 with second place for Newspaper of the Year by the Evangelical Press Association – Read more